Help your young mathematicians develop an understanding of spheres with this geometry resource. Students will seek to identify and count the three-dimensional shape using pictures of real-life objects.
Slice those pieces and mix it up! In this lesson that follows “Slice It Up! Part One,” students will begin recognizing different ways to create equal shares in whole shapes, creating a fraction poster by the end of the lesson.
Trapezoids are quadrilaterals with only one pair of parallel sides. This worksheet will help your students learn to identify and distinguish trapezoids from other two-dimensional shapes with the help of a word bank.
Hexagons are hiding in plain sight throughout this worksheet—all you need to do is count the sides of each shape to identify them! This is a great geometry activity to help your students practice identifying and differentiating between 2-D shapes.